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  1. ccd333

    ccd333 TPF Noob!

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    Yet another vivid morning in eastern Colorado.

    Sony DSC-W1
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    Bogen Manfrotto 676B Monopod

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  2. ChrisPol

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    breathtaking image, where in Colorado?
    What kind of post processing did you do?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh my, how wonderful is this?
    This can't be straight from the camera, or is it? Was the sky really, truly, honestly THIS colour??? Beautiful-beautiful-beautiful! And this reflected on the rippled water - more beauty!
     
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    Good, good :)
    Nice color contrast
     
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    Chris, this is about a mile from my house in Windsor, Colorado.....50 miles north of Denver. This shot is looking to the east....hence no mountains. Post processing very limited. Minor shadow adjustments.

    LaFoto....yes this is ostensibly straight from the camera. In fact, I even had the saturation setting on the camera set to normal. Often I have it on high for sunrises and sunsets. The colors here in Colorado have been very intense the last few months. I have quite a portfolio of ones similar to this!

    Thanks, everyone. There must be SOMETHING to critique! The trees are a bit blurred.....and there's a bit of noise.
     
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    LOL, doesn't matter, those colors are amazing!
     
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    Great shot. I know these kinds of critiques are frowned apon but I can't think of anything else to add.
     
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    The composition is fantastic. Rule of thirds used nicely, and the land forms create a set of leading lines that bring the viewer's eye straight to the center of the brilliant sunrise.
     

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